MADRID, 17 Dic. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The first vice president and Minister of Economy, Commerce and Business, Nadia Calviño, will not finally address the banking tax in tomorrow's meeting with the banking associations AEB, CECA and Unacc, since the Government does not contemplate its modification "at this time ", as Ministry sources confirmed to Europa Press this Sunday.
Precisely, on Friday the first vice president announced that in addition to the extraordinary tax on electricity companies, the banking tax would also be reviewed taking into account that we are no longer facing the same interest rate scenario.
As Calviño detailed in an interview, it was time to see if "some adjustments had to be made or not" and to review the parameters in the current scenario.
However, the aforementioned sources have pointed out that the conclave will focus on monitoring the Codes of Good Practices that affect three areas: rural financial inclusion, inclusion of the elderly and support for families with variable rate mortgage debt, so it will not Nothing related to the banking tax will be addressed, "whose modification is not contemplated by the Government at this time."